Maryam’s vehicle crosses toll plaza without paying toll tax


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08 Jul, 2019 12:01 am

MANDI BAHAUDDIN (92 News) – The vehicle of Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) vice president Maryam Nawaz crossed toll plaza without paying toll tax.

The people included in the rally of Maryam Nawaz tried to make quarrel at motorway toll plaza.

Federal minister for communication Murad Saeed expressed anger over the matter and said Maryam Nawaz has to pay the toll tax with fine. “I will send him the bill for toll tax and fine for violation,” he said.

He said all citizens are equal before the law and we cannot differentiate between poor and rich. Minister said they let the rally go in order to avoid any unpleasant situation.

on the other hand, Maryam Nawaz has reached Mandi Bahauddin to address a rally after having promised party workers to meet them there.

In a message to party workers in Mandi Bahauddin prior to her departure on Sunday afternoon, Maryam said that she would meet them, “whether at a ground or a road”.

Accompanying Maryam are retired captain Mohammad Safdar, Talal Chaudhry, Musaddiq Malik, Pervaiz Rashid, Uzma Bukhari and Saifullah Khokhar.

On Saturday, the local administration of Mandi Bahauddin sealed the main gate of the Quaid-i-Azam Ground, also known as Cinema Ground, and deployed a police contingent there in a bid to prevent the PML-N from holding a rally.

Maryam, in a tweet earlier on Sunday, said that she will further talk about the startling claims she made yesterday regarding accountability judge Arshad Malik.

The district administration had sealed the Quaid-e-Azam ground by placing containers at all entry points, saying rains have led to water accumulation onto the ground.

The MBD police have taken over 43  party leaders and workers into custody during raids.

Earlier, the District Police Officer said that the permission wasn’t granted due to security concerns.

PML-N spokeswoman Marriyum Aurangzeb in her tweet condemned the disallowing of public rally by the local administration.



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